News Stories

John Lambros
AE's new certificate programs makes it easier for students to gain extra aerospace engineering expertise.
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Professor John Lambros has been elected as a Fellow of the American Academy of Mechanics.
Diagram of BIG Idea challenge transport vehicle
An AE student team designs a transport vehicle for carrying large payloads to Mars.
Koki Ho
New assistant professor gains international recognition for spaceflight logistics plan.
Soon-Jo Chung
Associate Prof. Soon-Jo Chung and his PhD student Dan Morgan have won an AIAA Best Paper Award.
Scott R. White
Prof. Scott White directs the new Center of Excellence in Self-healing, Regeneration, and Structural Remodeling.
Cedric Langbort
Cedric Langbort's game theory algorithms keep a move ahead of hackers attacking the grid.
Tim Bretl
Associate Prof. Tim Bretl finds a good deal of overlap in his research in robotic manipulation and neuroscience.
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Assistant Prof. Grace Gao and her student develop robust tracking of power grid conditions.
Small satellite image
An ISS team has designed a winning plan for Mars exploration satellite communications.
Scott White research graphic.
Prof. Scott White and his colleagues' research involving composite battery electrodes has won the SEM Hetényi Award.
AE Department Head Philippe Geubelle
AE alumni recalled lessons learned during the Al Ormsbee Memorial Symposium on Aerodynamics and Aircraft Design.
AE undergraduate enrollment
For the first time in decades, AE undergrad enrollment tops 500 students.
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The Big Ten Network has made an entertaining video of Prof. Scott White's work in self-destructing electronics.
Marco Panesi research graphic
Marco Panesi has won several awards recently for work in modeling non-equilibrium thermophysical processes occurring during hypersonic...
AE alumnus Bob Liebeck
Alumnus Bob Liebeck pays tribute to the late Prof. Al Ormsbee by endowing a professorship.
Model 250 engine
AE gains a Model 250 and a J35 engine as well as propeller blades to add to its Rolls Royce display.
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Students gain room for undergrad labs and project work in a realignment of Talbot Lab's space.
New Horizons spacecraft
Alumni Gabe Rogers, Stewart Bushman, and Coralie Jackman play roles in New Horizons' mission.
Nano-JASMINE © Intelligent Space Sytems Laboratory, the University of Tokyo
Koki Ho's work has contributed to mapping the stars, planning travel through space.

 

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